What you need to know
- Alienware announced three new gaming mice, the Alienware Wireless Gaming Mouse, the Alienware RGB Gaming Mouse, and the Alienware Wired/Wireless Gaming Mouse.
- Each mouse features programmable buttons.
- The RGB and Wired/Wireless gaming mice each have a 16,000 DPI sensor.
- All three mice are expected to launch August 20 starting at $63.
Alienware announced three new gaming mice that will join their gaming accessory lineup, the Alienware Wireless Gaming Mouse, the Alienware RGB Gaming Mouse, and the Alienware Wired/Wireless Gaming Mouse. All three mice feature programmable buttons and pre-loaded tension on buttons to improve the feel of clicks.
The Alienware Wireless Gaming Mouse costs $62.99. The Alienware RGB Gaming Mouse costs $74.99. Finally, the Alienware Wired/Wireless Gaming Mouse costs $99.99. All three mice will be available on August 20, 2019.
The Alienware Wireless Gaming Mouse gets up to 300 hours of gaming on a single AA battery. It has six programmable buttons and a 12,000 DPI PixArt Sensor for accuracy and precision. It's available in black with a small accent between the two top buttons.
The Alienware RGB Gaming Mouse supports Alienware RGB. It has ten programmable buttons and you can customize the scroll wheel. It has a 16,000 DPI sensor which Alienware points out is "best-in-class." It's available in "dark side of the moon" which is a two-tone color combination featuring dark grey and black.
The Alienware Wired/Wireless Gaming Mouse supports either wired or wireless connections and gets up to 350 hours on a single charge. It has a 16,000 DPI sensor and a customizable scroll wheel. It also has seven programmable buttons. It's available in "Lunar Light" (white) and "Dark Side of the Moon" (black and dark grey). You can also customize its look using Alien FX RGB Lighting.
This mouse has six programmable buttons and gets up to 300 hours of battery life on a single AA battery.
This mouse features ten programmable buttons, Alienware RGB and has a 16,000 DPI sensor for precision and accuracy.
This mouse supports both wired and wireless connections. It has a 16,000 DPI sensor, seven programmable buttons, and support for AlienFX RGB Lighting.
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